2017: A Year-end Post

Hello everyone! I'm here again with my obligatory year-end post, this time for 2017! 

Every year, I see to it that I get to write about my year in retrospect so that I could document how my year has been. This will serve as a reminder for me that even though that particular year isn't really my year in general, I can still say that there are silver linings to it.

If you want to know about my highlights for this year, feel free to read on.

(EDITED on January 8, 2018)

My First Semester in Law School

What comes to your mind when you hear "Law School"?

Some would say that it's all about thick and heavy books, expensive fees, sleepless nights, intimidating professors, depressing moments, little to no social life, and everything else that you might think of. In short, it is hard. Even Law students would agree to that, as well as those who are now lawyers, though Law students are usually the ones who assert it since most lawyers wouldn't scare you like that. In fact, lawyers would even encourage you to go to Law School and be a lawyer like them. But since none of us are lawyers yet, it might be easy to get overwhelmed by all these sentiments.

I have heard a lot of these things even before I entered Law School. Yes, I am now a Law student who just finished the first semester, and here I am, seeing to it whether I should debunk those or not. Haha!

After my PhiLSAT experience post, you might be looking forward to seeing how my first semester in Law School has been.

Running to You

It seems so easy to become infatuated with someone, as well as falling in love. All it takes is a look in his eyes, an appreciation of his appearance and traits, and then now, you're hopelessly captured by his charm. At most times, it's with an unexpected person, which is why love always seems to be a gamble.

But sometimes, it takes more than just that. There are times when initially, you don't even have an interest with that person, but because of some external and collateral factors that lead to a potential romance, well, you could still fall into the trap.